A bakery in Wrexham is creating 50 new jobs, including a dozen apprenticeships, to help cope with its "growing order book".
The new jobs will take the number of people working at The Village Bakery to 500, and will be spread across the company's three sites - two on Wrexham Industrial Estate and one up the road in nearby Minera.
The apprentices will be trained at the family firm's cutting edge Baking Academy and Innovation Centre which was officially opened by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Operations director Simon Thorpe said the company was "very fortunate".
The Village Bakery makes products for major retail and supermarket companies across the UK and as far afield as Hong Kong and Singapore.
The firm has been honoured three times as Craft Baker of the Year at the Baking Industry Awards.
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